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It occurred to me that I have a somewhat morbid obsession: I can’t help but visit each cemetery I encounter when I’m abroad. For instance, a few weeks back I was in Edinburgh and visited three different graveyards in only four days.
For some reason I can’t explain burying grounds attract me (especially at night), even though I’m not at all fascinated by death. No, I don’t I have any other morbid hobbies either. I don’t even like horror movies.
This is how Gouda looks by night these days:
Every once in a while, the projected patterns and colors change:
A few more pictures are available from the album page.
I think it is really strange that Tango artist Andreas questions the existence of someone else. I have strong evidence (shot during Guadec) that Andreas is a ghost himself:
More photos in the Crete photo album.
My blog has been inactive for a while. Reason: I’ve been busy working lately. We also found a new place to live. Hopefully I can move in soon; I might post some pictures later once we’ve settled.
Additionally, I have been spending some time trying to have a Real Life. Apart from my trip to Birmingham for Guadec (some pictures later perhaps), I’ve been making some day trips over the past few weekends. A few weeks ago, the canal parade during Gay Pride in Amsterdam: over 70 boats and over half a million people (covering all sexual orientations) having fun.
Today I spent the whole day at the Scheveningen beach watching the Dutch national beach volleybal championship finals, in which my brother played. Fifth place, pretty well done I think. No pictures, sorry.
I should have updated my hackergotchi long time ago… figured it makes sense to do so before attending Guadec.
That’s right, I have irresistible long hair now! Oh, the tan is just a camera flash/gimp artefact. My skin colour has not changed that much over the last two years…
Best wishes for the new year!
I’ve recently visited someone who is a (foreign) student at the National University of Ireland in Maynooth.
Note: Before you start clicking all photos, please read until the end of this post. There’s a link to the complete photo album (with even more photos) there.
The country is great, although it was pretty cold… the rented car was nice and warm, though.
Of course I also visited Dublin, walked around the city and visited several well-known places such as Trinity College, the Dublin Castle and the Christ Church Cathedral. Luckily I wasn’t in the city centre during the Saturday riots. Stupid people.
We spent the last night listening to a concert in the National Concert Hall performed by the UCD Sinfonia orchestra, the University College Dublin resident symphony orchestra, playing four pieces of music:
Do you want more? I’ve made some more photos available as a photo album.
Wouter Bolsterlee, also known as uws, a postmodern geek living in the Netherlands. Read more about me…
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